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Yachting NZ: Briefings - Aug 10: Latest YNZ news Yachting NZ: Briefings - Aug 10: Latest YNZ news Kiwi sailors have been flying the flag high overseas with a series of top results internationally Young New Zealand sailors have been flying the flag high overseas with a series of top results internationally. Three of those successes from the past fortnight are featured. Also the latest Regional Roundup and more... by Michael Brown / Yachting NZ Posted 11 Aug 14:36 NZST Maritime NZ: Sea Change July 2022 newsletter Maritime NZ: Sea Change July 2022 newsletter Maritime border opened July 31 to previously Prohibited Vessels - two categories for entry SeaChange brings you news you can use to stay safe on the water, plus updates from Maritime NZ and the maritime sector. Includes the port health and safety update and assessments and requirements for Category 1 and 2 Vessels by Maritime New Zealand Posted 10 Aug 17:31 NZST Mark Paterson - outstanding sailing talent dies Mark Paterson - outstanding sailing talent dies Mark Paterson came close to winning NZ's third Olympic gold medal at Montreal in 1976 Mark Paterson was a fierce competitor in everything he did but there was one fight he ultimately couldn't win. Paterson is being remembered after he died last week after a long battle with Huntington's Disease. He was 73. by Michael Brown Yachting NZ Posted 10 Aug 14:36 NZST Cup Critiqued: Coach Barker joins Alinghi Cup Critiqued: Coach Barker joins Alinghi Rumours that Dean Barker had signed with Alinghi Red Bull Racing, were confirmed at the ARBR launch The rumours were confirmed at the launch of Alinghi Red Bull Racing's newly acquired AC75, that Dean Barker a veteran of seven America's Cups, has shifted to the ARBR coach boat. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 10 Aug 01:15 NZST Emirates Team NZ designer wins Women's WASZPs Emirates Team NZ designer wins Women's WASZPs Elise Beavis was crowned Women's WASZP World Champion at the WASZP International Games in Lake Garda Emirates Team New Zealand designer Elise Beavis was crowned Women's WASZP World Champion at the Waszp International Games in Lake Garda, Italy. by Emirates Team New Zealand Posted 18 Jul 13:12 NZST 100th Annivesary Star Worlds in one month 100th Annivesary Star Worlds in one month 90 entries from 14 nations with over 15 past World Champions and 15 U30 teams It's shaping up to be an event to remember, the 2022 Star World Championship not only will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary Championship but will register a record number of participants after the Olympic years. by ISCYRA Posted 11 Aug 16:56 NZST Dates set for 58th Congressional Cup Dates set for 58th Congressional Cup Long Beach Yacht Club's elite Match Racing event Dates have been announced for the 58th Congressional Cup regatta and Ficker Cup qualifier hosted by Long Beach Yacht Club: with Congressional Cup slated April 18 to 22, 2023 preceded by the Ficker Cup April 13 to 15, 2023. by Betsy Senescu Posted 11 Aug 12:46 NZST 505 Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 3 505 Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 3 Still no wind! Day 3 completed, and we still have only one race in the bag.... Ireland has a large ridge of no wind sitting stationary above it and it is wreaking havoc on the 505 fleet. For the second day in a row the planned racecourse offshore had zero wind. by Jordan Spencer Posted 11 Aug 08:52 NZST OK Dinghy Worlds in Marstrand day 3 OK Dinghy Worlds in Marstrand day 3 Two races in a building breeze were the perfect antidote after a great dinner Charlie Cumbley, from Britain, has consolidated his lead on the third day of the 2022 OK Dinghy Worlds, to take a three point lead at the top from Sweden's Thomas Hansson-Mild, with Norway's Lars Johan Brodtkorb, one point further back. by Robert Deaves Posted 11 Aug 06:46 NZST One year to go until 2023 Allianz Sailing Worlds One year to go until 2023 Allianz Sailing Worlds Making history by being the first to include Para World Sailing events On 10 August 2023, 1,400 of the world's best sailors will take to the waters of the port of Scheveningen in The Hague, The Netherlands, for two life-changing prizes. by World Sailing Posted 11 Aug 04:58 NZST SSL Gold Cup - D4 - Australia versus Brazil SSL Gold Cup - D4 - Australia versus Brazil On day four of training in the 2022 SSL Gold Cup, Team AUS tussle with Team Brazil On day four of training in the 2022 SSL Gold Cup, Team AUS took to the water to tussle with Team Brazil. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 11 Aug 01:28 NZST "Best-rigged vessels have a 2 finger forestay sag" "Best-rigged vessels have a 2 finger forestay sag" The rig tuning legacy of Uffa Fox, 50 years on from the great man's death From 18th - 21st of August the Royal London Yacht Club celebrates the life of Uffa Fox with the Uffa Fox 2022 Regatta. by Cyclops Marine Posted 10 Aug 23:00 NZST 505 Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 2 505 Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 2 Racing was abandoned for the day There was a postponement onshore for the sailors and the committee spent the day sitting on the offshore race course. Ironically, the inshore course, planned for strong winds and big seas had fantastic sailing conditions. by Jordan Spencer Posted 10 Aug 19:08 NZST OK Dinghy Worlds in Marstrand day 2 OK Dinghy Worlds in Marstrand day 2 GBR's Charlie Cumbley takes the lead after double bullet Charlie Cumbley, from Britain, has taken the lead on the second day of the 2022 OK Dinghy World Championship in Marstrand, Sweden, after winning both races on Tuesday. Sweden's Thomas Hansson-Mild remains in second. by Robert Deaves Posted 10 Aug 08:21 NZST Road trip! Road trip! The Atlantic coast is home to some of the most famous sailing areas in the world After a few years of very localised living, travel is opening up, and as a family we've made our first proper road trip for a while, heading down the west coast of France for a camping holiday. by Mark Jardine Posted 10 Aug 07:00 NZST Clipper Race's inspirational women return Clipper Race's inspirational women return Including record breaker first Korean woman to race across the North Atlantic A summer of success for women in sport continues with 65 non-professional female sailors returning to London last weekend after enduring everything Mother Nature served up during the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 10 Aug 04:47 NZST Golden Globe entrants meet for the first time Golden Globe entrants meet for the first time 15 skippers have assembled on the dock in Gijón, Spain It's been a long time coming, but the skippers are finally sharing the same dock, drinks and stories of their preparations, while helping each other with final tasks. These solo sailors are definitely enjoying their social time in Spain! by Don McIntyre Posted 10 Aug 00:07 NZST SSL Gold Cup - D3 Team AUS racing with Team GBR SSL Gold Cup - D3 Team AUS racing with Team GBR A physical game, that's for sure. It is interesting getting covered in fresh, as opposed to salt... A physical game, that's for sure. It is interesting getting covered in fresh, as opposed to salt water, however. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 9 Aug 20:21 NZST The 69F circuit continues The 69F circuit continues With Act 4 of the Youth Foiling Gold Cup in Torbole, Lake Garda, Italy Twelve international teams are getting ready to compete in Act 4 of the 69F Youth Foiling Gold Cup 2022 in Torbole at the northern end of Lake Garda in Italy. by 69F Sailing Posted 9 Aug 18:12 NZST OK Dinghy Worlds in Marstrand Day 1 OK Dinghy Worlds in Marstrand Day 1 Lars Johan Brodtkorb takes early lead Lars Johan Brodtkorb, from Norway, has taken the early lead at the OK Dinghy World Championship in Marstrand, Sweden. Sweden's Thomas Hansson-Mild is in second with Charlie Cumbley, from Britain in third. by Robert Deaves Posted 9 Aug 16:52 NZST 505 Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 1 505 Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 1 The challenging conditions continue... The first day of racing at the 505 World Championships continued the challenging conditions we saw at the Pre-Worlds. by Jordan Spencer Posted 9 Aug 16:33 NZST Colligo Marine - Patented Line Terminators Colligo Marine - Patented Line Terminators The only spliceable, lashable, and pinable end fittings available Our Patented Line Terminator® End Fittings are the only spliceable, lashable, and pinable end fittings. by Colligo Marine Posted 9 Aug 09:50 NZST America's Cup: First team ready to foil at venue America's Cup: First team ready to foil at venue The first boat has already splashed in the just four months after the Barcelona venue was announced The first boat has already splashed in the coming America's Cup cycle - just four months after the venue was announced for Barcelona. Twice Cup champion Alinghi Red Bull Racing, was rolled out of the shed and christened in Barcelona. by Magnus Wheatley, America's Cup Media Posted 9 Aug 07:15 NZST Alinghi Red Bull Racing launches in Barcelona Alinghi Red Bull Racing launches in Barcelona The first team to take up residence in Barcelona, home of the 37th America's Cup Alinghi Red Bull Racing launched BoatZero - a training AC75 bought in New Zealand - today, becoming the first team to take up residence in Barcelona, home of the 37th America's Cup. by Alinghi Red Bull Racing Posted 9 Aug 04:31 NZST 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 Junior Worlds 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 Junior Worlds A total of 140 teams from 30 nations raced at Lago di Como The 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 fleets completed the biggest ever Junior World Championship for each of the classes. A total of 140 teams from 30 nations raced in the 2022 edition from Lago di Como, Italy. by 49er and Nacra Sailing Posted 8 Aug 18:04 NZST SSL Gold Cup - D2 Team AUS racing with Team GBR SSL Gold Cup - D2 Team AUS racing with Team GBR On Day two of training, the two teams squared off for some practice racing On Day two of training, the two teams squared off for some practice racing. Watch the start, weather mark, and finish. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 8 Aug 17:09 NZST America's Cup: Alinghi confirms Barcelona roll-out America's Cup: Alinghi confirms Barcelona roll-out Alinghi Red Bull Racing confirms almost ready to go in Barcelona - more action later this week? Via social media the Swiss America's Cup Challenger Alinghi Red Bull Racing have advised they are almost ready to launch their AC75, formerly Emirates Team NZ's Te Aihe, in Barcelona. by Richard Gladwell Sail-World NZ Posted 8 Aug 14:31 NZST Spectacular setting for OK Dinghy Worlds opening Spectacular setting for OK Dinghy Worlds opening Two years after it was originally scheduled to take place in Marstrand Two years after it was originally scheduled to take place here, the OK Dinghy World Championship has finally been opened in Marstrand, Sweden, with 109 OK Dinghies completing equipment inspection and registration over the past three days. by Robert Deaves Posted 8 Aug 08:25 NZST SSL Gold Cup - Team AUS training in Grandson SSL Gold Cup - Team AUS training in Grandson Team AUS commences training on beautiful Lake Neuchatel Team AUS commences training on beautiful (and breezy which has been a bot of a shock) Lake Neuchatel by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 8 Aug 01:36 NZST Elliott 5.9: Traveller Series #4 & S'thern Circuit Elliott 5.9: Traveller Series #4 & S'thern Circuit The Elliott 5.9 fleet will gather this weekend, 13th and 14th August, at the Bucklands Beach Yacht C The Elliott 5.9 fleet will gather this weekend, 13th and 14th August, at the Bucklands Beach Yacht Club to contest the fourth round of the popular Traveller Series. by Gareth Howard - Elliott 5.9 Association Posted 8 Aug 00:13 NZST 40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE overall 40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE overall Hatari found themselves needing to cover their opponents to close out the prestigious title ClubSwan 50 Hatari clinched the ClubSwan 50 class title on the final race at the 40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE but the German flagged crew endured some unnecessarily nervous moments. by 40 Copa del Rey MAPFRE Posted 7 Aug 21:33 NZST Mark Foy Trophy - Lazarus wins for Australia Mark Foy Trophy - Lazarus wins for Australia Lazarus became the 2022 Mark Foy Trophy 18 footer champion The Lazarus team of Marcus Ashley-Jones, Angus Williams and Phil Marshall became the 2022 Mark Foy Trophy 18 footer champion when it defeated a 16-boat fleet on Italy's Lake Garda. by Frank Quealey Posted 7 Aug 14:14 NZST Getting close to the sailing action with Fujinon Getting close to the sailing action with Fujinon The Fujinon 14x40 binoculars will be a big gain for Sail-World's coverage of major events. The very attractive features of Fujinon's 14x40 TS-X binoculars were double the magnification, image stabilisation, and brilliant optical technology. From the testing we have done on and off the water, the Fujinon 14x40 binoculars tick all our boxes. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 7 Aug 12:52 NZST ClubSwan at the 40 Copa del Rey MAPFRE ClubSwan at the 40 Copa del Rey MAPFRE Class winners undecided right up to final race The competitive spirit at the core of the ClubSwan Racing experience kept the outcome of several classes at the 40 Copa del Rey MAPFRE in the balance until the very end. by Nautor's Swan Posted 7 Aug 12:02 NZST 505 Pre-Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 2 505 Pre-Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 2 A battle in two! Day 2 of the 505 Pre-Worlds at Cork in Ireland saw the final three races of the six-race series and there was a mighty battle for the title. by Jordan Spencer Posted 7 Aug 08:19 NZST 29er Worlds 2022 at El Balís, Spain overall 29er Worlds 2022 at El Balís, Spain overall Argentinians win Men's fleet, Spanish sisters win in Women's A day of snakes and ladders for the leaders of the Gold fleet led to an incredibly tight finish with only one point between the final positions overall. The positions in the top five switched around throughout the day. by International 29er Class Posted 7 Aug 04:23 NZST SSL Gold Cup - Team AUS arrive in Grandson SSL Gold Cup - Team AUS arrive in Grandson Watch this video of John Bertrand AO, as he talks us through the competition, the boats, etc Watch this video of John Bertrand AO, as he talks us throughs the competition, the boats, and the crew. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 7 Aug 02:31 NZST Youth Foiling Gold Cup Final set for Barcelona Youth Foiling Gold Cup Final set for Barcelona The best eight teams will challenge each other in the venue of the next America's Cup Barcelona will be the venue of the 2022 Youth Foiling Gold Cup Grand Final from November 3rd to the 6th, and it will welcome the event for the next three years, in cooperation with Marina Vela Barcelona and Club Nàutic Villasar de Mar. by 69F Sailing Posted 7 Aug 00:46 NZST 29er Worlds 2022 at El Balís, Spain day 5 29er Worlds 2022 at El Balís, Spain day 5 Closely fought battle on the penultimate day Just nine points separate the top five overall in the 29er World Championship, El Balis, as the regatta progresses into the final day of racing. Italians Alex Demurtras and Giovanni Santi regain the top spot. by International 29er Class Posted 6 Aug 23:12 NZST Novice to round-the-world sailor Novice to round-the-world sailor How long does it take to go from one to the other? One of the pioneers in the World of Solo Circumnavigation is Sir Charles (Chay) Blyth. Up until 1968, Blyth's only seafaring experience was as a long-distance rower when he, along with John Ridgway, rowed the Atlantic Ocean. by Global Solo Challenge Posted 6 Aug 22:14 NZST 10 days to ANT ARCTIC LAB departure 10 days to ANT ARCTIC LAB departure Norbert Sedlacek Koch set for world extreme sailing record attempt Only 10 days from now, Skipper Norbert Sedlacek Koch will depart for his ANT ARCTIC LAB challenge, to sail around the world nonstop, single-handed, without assistance through all five oceans including the most dangerous oceans on the planet. by Innovation Yachts Posted 6 Aug 18:40 NZST Cowes Week 2022 overall Cowes Week 2022 overall A spectacularly busy finish line at the Royal Yacht Squadron The last day of Cowes Week featured short, action-packed races in a solid north-westerly gradient wind, culminating in a spectacularly busy finish line at the Royal Yacht Squadron. by Rupert Holmes Posted 6 Aug 12:18 NZST 40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE day 5 40th Copa del Rey MAPFRE day 5 Closing in on the titles After a second and a first today, their strongest performance of the week in the best sea breeze so far, Marcus Brennecke's double world champions Hatari lead the ClubSwan 50 class into the final day of the 40th Copa del Rey MAPRFE. by 40 Copa del Rey MAPFRE Posted 6 Aug 07:09 NZST 2022 505 Pre-Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 1 2022 505 Pre-Worlds at Crosshaven, Ireland day 1 Shifty conditions with large pressure changes, saw big numbers on each team's scorecard The first day of racing in Crosshaven was challenging. Three races of an hour each in shifty conditions with large pressure changes, saw big numbers on each team's scorecard. by Jordan Spencer Posted 6 Aug 06:49 NZST 29er Worlds 2022 at El Balís, Spain day 4 29er Worlds 2022 at El Balís, Spain day 4 French team Hugo Revil and Karl Devaux take the lead French team Hugo Revil and Karl Devaux have taken the lead of the 29er Worlds in the choppy waters of El Balis after three races on the first day of the final series, although tied on 46 points with the Italian team of Alex Demurtas and Giovanni Santi. by International 29er Class Posted 6 Aug 02:51 NZST America's Cup: Multiple changes made to Protocol America's Cup: Multiple changes made to Protocol Significant changes made to the Rules governing the 2024 America's Cup and Surrogate Boats Some of the changes relate to the announcement of Barcelona as the Host Venue, others close loopholes that could have been exploited, and there is a substantial section on Hydrogen-Powered Support vessels. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World.com/nz Posted 6 Aug 00:29 NZST 2022 Allen OK Nationals Gear Review 2022 Allen OK Nationals Gear Review A range of design and rigging options on display with some interesting touches The OK is one of those classes where the sailor has multiple options for their choice of equipment and how to set it up in the way it suits them. by Karen Robertson Posted 5 Aug 22:41 NZST Project Land Speed: Horonuku arrives in Australia Project Land Speed: Horonuku arrives in Australia Horonuku has arrived safely in Australia, clearing customs this week in Adelaide Horonuku has arrived safely in Australia, clearing customs this week in Adelaide after its journey via sea from Auckland over the past month or so. by Hamish Hooper/ETNZ Posted 5 Aug 21:16 NZST
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